PRIV™ combines everything you’ve come to expect from BlackBerry with all the apps and great experiences of Android. It features a slide-out keyboard, Schneider-Kreuznach® certified camera and the best integrated messaging experience on Android. Show More Summary
BlackBerry's BBM messaging app for Windows Phone is currently not available to download in the Windows Store. There's no word on why this has happened. ...
Most BBM users finally have access to the app's video calling capability. BlackBerry has released the feature for Android and iOS in Asia-Pacific, which is apparently home to its biggest userbase. The company said it made cross-platform...Show More Summary
BlackBerry phones have undeniably faced their demise over the course of the past few years, however, the once industry-leading manufacturer has managed to maintain one prominent user and that’s President Barack Obama. Whilst the rest...Show More Summary
The BlackBerry Priv may be a bit slow to get OS updates, but the flexibility of the Play Store allowing companies to update apps rather than the entire operating system has made adding features much easier. BlackBerry has just released a few app updates for the Android-powered device and the additional features are great. The camera app [...]
BlackBerry today made software updates available to the Priv smartphone. The revised apps mostly fixes bugs, but also improves how well the camera and keyboard perform. For example, the camera app now includes manual mode so lets users adjust shutter speed, ISO, focus, white balance, and exposure. Show More Summary
PayPal said it's ceasing support for apps on these mobile platforms in order to focus more on Apple iOS and Google Android devices.
In February, PayPal launched a new version of its mobile app, 6.0, and it wants iPhone and Android users to upgrade to it until the end of June. Windows Phone, BlackBerry and Amazon Fire users, however, are getting a different message:...Show More Summary
On June 30th, PayPal is forcing all its Android and iOS users to update their apps to version 6 if they haven't yet. Notice how Windows Phone, BlackBerry and Android Fire users aren't included in that list? That's because the company is killing its apps for those platforms on the same day. Show More Summary
PayPal today said it will sunset its Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Amazon Fire Phone apps on June 30. After that date, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Fire Phone users will not be able to login to or use the Paypal mobile app. PayPay...Show More Summary
The writing’s been on the wall for a long time now, but Gartner’s latest report has confirmed that Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, as well as BlackBerry OS, have worn out their welcome. While global smartphone sales grew by nearly...Show More Summary
BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ:BBRY; TSX: BB), a global leader in secure mobile communications and Digitsecure, a leading mobility, identity and payments platform company today announced that they are bringing the immediacy and reliability of BBM™ to HotRemit digital money transfers in India. Show More Summary
It looks like Samsung is taking a page out BlackBerry’s book with Samsung Focus, an app that will allegedly be arriving on the Galaxy Note 6.
WhatsApp seems to be successfully manifesting itself on every platform. The company has developed apps for the iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone, and even some Nokia devices, all refraining the desktops to use anything else but the web client. Currently, mobile devices are needed to complete a laptop or desktop’s requests to logon using a […]
Blackberry is rolling out a video calling beta feature to its BBM app for Android users in Canada and the USA.
BlackBerry is joining the push for mobile video chatting capabilities with the latest update to BBM. Video calling is (finally) rolling out to the BBM users, but only those enrolled in the beta and in North America.
We live in the Age of Apps. What began as handy add-on programs on BlackBerry devices and first-generation smartphones are now ubiquitous in the mobile market. In fact, Americans spend at least half of all digital media time on mobile...Show More Summary
PRIV by BlackBerry is the first BlackBerry device to use the more popular Android operating system. But it turns out that's not all that might lure business users back to their once beloved BlackBerry brand.
A new update gives Android, iOS, and BlackBerry device owners unlimited access to Retract and Timer.